Tag Archive | "Health"

Reasons to Promote a Fit and Healthy Workforce

Monday, October 8, 2012


This is an awfully difficult time to run a business. While being an entrepreneur is still the best way to build residual income and save yourself from the trap of living paycheck to paycheck, the cost of doing business continues to rise while poor consumer confidence has led to less purchasing and an unwillingness to […]

Natural Remedies for Beating Cold and Flu Season at Work

Tuesday, July 3, 2012


It’s that dreaded moment: your coworker comes into the office sniffling and coughing. Then she sneezes and touches the copy machine that the rest of the office also has to use. During cold and flu season, your workplace can become a breeding ground for germs whose only mission is to get you sick. Don’t worry, […]

Guidelines for Being a Happy and Healthy Intern

Friday, June 1, 2012


This is the time of year when a lot of people are getting internships. On one hand, that means that this is the time of year when people will be working long hours for little to no money. That’s the downside. Oh, but when it comes to the pros of having an internship, they definitely […]

Why Keeping Employees Healthy and Happy Will Improve the Bottom Line

Friday, June 1, 2012


Some companies do not judge the relative health and happiness of their employees to have any bearing on the bottom line. This is a mistake. When employees are in peak physical and mental form and their morale is high, they are likely to perform every task more efficiently, thus improving the bottom line. If, however, […]

Hidden Health Hazards in Your Business

Thursday, July 9, 2009


Indoor air pollution might be more of a threat to you and your employees' health than you think. Explore this article to find out where indoor air pollution comes from, why it happens, and what you can do to stop it.

Save Money During Lunchtime

Tuesday, June 9, 2009


What you and your employees eat for lunch may have a bigger impact on your carbon footprint

“Medical Tourism” The Latest Outsourcing Niche to Take Off

Thursday, December 11, 2008


The so-called medical tourism phenomena where patients who lack adequate medical insurance and the money for high-cost, often-life-saving surgical procedures opt to travel from the US to countries like India, Thailand, Singapore, Mexico, etc., is an example of a booming outsourcing niche. And it's only going to get bigger from here.

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

Tuesday, December 2, 2008


The quality of the air in buildings is gaining - deservedly - increasing attention. Science has shown the impact that poor air has on health. IAQ effects the health of the building, and of course the health of the occupants.